Joe has been turning bowls and playing with scale and shape. We definitely have a silhouette we like, it's great to see how versatile it is.
We've had an interesting development in the long term project department, and while we're working away at turning exciting possibility into reality we're already thinking about the steps that will follow.
So without giving too much away, here is our first post in a long line of home and interior design inspiration.
We're starting in the dreamiest of spaces, with endless potential: The Kitchen. And we're also starting with the simplest things, eye candy. We'll get into the nitty gritty when the time comes but for the moment we're collecting images in a Pinterest Board and here's a couple favourites.
All images from Apartment Therapy
Becca Gilgan is a Photographer and avid supporter of handmade. I met Becca online through Instagram, and in person at the CrownFlora Christmas Market last December. I had a bit of a space cadet moment, we had a giggle, she's really lovely.
We had a great, tough, trying, exciting first year in business last year. We learned a lot, and we've come a long way in a very short time. It feels really great to see so many years of hard work and experimenting put to good use.
We're planning a series of blog entries to keep us focused and looking forward. We have big plans for 2016 and it's going to be great to document and process all our inspiration, intention and direction as we go.
It's Nanna's Birthday today, and we thought what better way to kick off the year than a look back at what was the best thing that happened to us in 2015.
We are so lucky to be able to work with such great people with such great vision. Adam and Davis of Crown Flora Studio are the busiest people I know, and we love making things for them. We've been doing little projects here and there with them for a while, but our best result has come with our first big project for them.
These rift sawn white oak tables were designed by Dayna and made by Joseph. We installed them this week and can't wait to see how they get utilized in the space. Adam and Davis take fantastic photos of their products and shop, follow their instagram here to keep posted and see the gallery below for photos of the project from start to finish.